Breast augmentation is an individualized procedure. Every woman is unique, and there are many options when it comes to breast implants including the type, placement, incision site, and most of all, breast implant size.
In 2017, the plastic surgery industry saw increases across nearly every procedure. In fact, according to recent stats from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, both surgical and minimally-invasive procedures as a whole increased two percent over 2016 in the U.S.
Deciding to undergo breast augmentation surgery is in itself a big decision but that’s not the only choice you’ll need to make. There are many important choices that will need to be made to get the results you desire. Fortunately, at New Image Plastic Surgery, our board-certified plastic surgeon Dr.
For over 10 years, breast augmentation has been the number one plastic surgery procedure in the U.S. At New Image Plastic Surgery Associates, PLC, our board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Roberta Gartside has extensive experience performing this procedure and works with you each step of the way to produce the results you desire to look and feel your best. Please view our infographic below to learn a little more about breast augmentation statistics.
There are many reasons why women may consider having breast augmentation surgery. Whether it’s due to the size, shape, or volume of the breasts, our board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Roberta Gartside can help you get the results your desire. Take our quiz below to see if breast augmentation surgery may be the right procedure for you.
If you're considering breast implants, you need to determine the type, size, and location before you proceed with your procedure. In this slideshare presentation, our plastic surgeon helps you answer the important questions about your breast implants:
If you're considering breast implants, one of the most important things to think about is the size you'd like. Breast implant sizes are often compared to fruit so women can have a better understanding of the size they're about to get. See more information below: